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consumer expert lesli foster when she came home to the smell of smoke and then couldn't get any help from the company that made her dishwasher. it's a story you will see only on 9. >> i opened my front door. i immediately smelled a punjent electrical smell of fire. i felt the countertop. it was burning hot. i opened the dishwasher, and i immediately saw that the trays had started to discolor, there was also heat wafting out at me. these trays turned a dark orange. >> she says her dishwasher started up wail she was gone. >> when i left the house the dishwasher door was closed but i had not activated it. it turned itself on while i was out of the house. >> reporter: how that happened is still a mystery. according to consumer reports more than 15 million appliance units in the past five years have been recalled for problems that could cause a fire. their analysis of complaints sent to the consumer product safety commission showed almost half of those recalled units were dishwashers, and a significant number of appliance problems were not caused by human error. >> we found at least 23% are cl
money where your mouth is. when a bigshot and big mouth hip-hop rapper or producer ryan leslie lost his laptop he offered a $20,000 reward. if that weren't enough, he you upped his offer to a million bucks. but then guess what? a man found his laptop and returned it. leslie, you said, i was skid kidding with that i will not really pay you. the case ended up in court and leslie lost. fox news legal analyst her said colwin joined my. let me ask you, are you surprised by this? i'm surprised saying i will give a million bucks to anyone that returns my laptop is really binding. >> it is big mouth he has. dude, 20,000, i give you a million. the jury did, what was key though, hey by the way i didn't get everything back. that million dollarses was if i my tracks were on there. ps says, where are they. i returned it. somehow you're claiming there was damaged and your tracks are missing, you will not pay the million dollars. where is the laptop? it is not there? you have to pay. liz: reason it was worth a million bucks that there were songs he had recorded. that's why he wanted it back. he said w
: leslie sanchez, a republican strategist and author of "los republicanos: why hispanics and republicans need each other." matt kibbe, president and c.o. ofreedomwork an ganition that's supported tea party rallies and promotes limited government and lower taxes. and brad dayspring, a senior adviser to the conservative super pac y.g. action fund. y-g stands for young guns. he's a former aide to house majority leader eric cantor. leslie sanchez, i want to start with you. simple question: what is the number-one lesson republicans should take from tuesday's election? >> most importantly, the g.o.p. has failed to adjust to the american demographic realignment. and particulay i nt to talk about hispanic voters. as you've seen this dramatic rise in the hispanic electorate becoming more politically mobilized, politicized, especially in swing states you have not seen republican candidates capture consistently the amount of support they're going to need. >> brown: reach out to them or change the message or what? >> a combination of both. if you look at the last 40 years republicans have averaged
me now for a fair and balanced debate, leslie marshall a fox news contributor, lars larson, a syndicated radio host, and full disclosure, leslie's also married to a doctor, so we don't know if she's conflicted on this issue, but we've done a lot of obamacare discussions with this panel. [laughter] now these employees are coming up, the guy who owns the denny's tells us really, you know, sad story. he says, look, if i had to pay the $5,000 fine that you have to pay if you have more than 50 employees that are full time and don't cover them, he says it would cost me $175,000 per restaurant that i own, they don't even make that, i have no choice but to cut back hours and to pinch the customers a bit more. your thoughts on it, lars? >> well, as we heard from barack obama a long time ago, elections have consequences. and these days people are getting pink slips, and they're being told about the bad news on their health care because of those consequences. it's about as simple as that. i know that leslie thinks that every business owner has a closet full of $100 bills that he just
sweet. >> there's the cranberry in there. they cook stuffing. >> to wash it down, leslie sbrocco has provided us with chardonnay from her wine segment coming up later. it's a delicious chardonnay. not oaky, no after taste. >> i'm into this. >>> all right, a family that plays together, stays together. how to bridge the generation gap at your holiday gathering. >>> jacki weaver tells us about her latest film that hollywood is all buzzing about with oscar talk. gecko (clearing throat) thank you, mr. speaker, uh, members of congress. in celebration of over 75 years of our government employees insurance company, or geico...as most of you know members it.congress. ...i propose savings for everyone! i'm talking hundreds here... and furthermore.. newscaster:breaking news. the gecko is demanding free pudding. and political parties that are actual parties!? with cake! and presents! ah, that was good. too bad nobody could hear me. geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. anyone have occasional constipation, diarrhea, gas, bloating? yeah. one phillips' colo
forland middle school in northwest d.c.. matt? >> reporter: lesli the school's chancellor didn't pretend today that closing more schools in the district is easy on schools or parents but she insisted it has to happen absolutely. mcfarland middle school in northwest washington was built in 1923. >> it is a prosal. >> reporter: if d.c. schools chancellor kaya henderson has her way the school will close in 2013. >> this is about using our resources wisely. >> reporter: earlier today henderson released a proposed list of 20 schools throughout the city that will close their doors for good after the current school year. >> these decisions are difficult, they mean transition. >> reporter: henderson says the schools including mcfarland middle are chosen because of low enrollment. the percentage of the buildings that are actually being used. and the condition of their buildings. >> we want as many of our young people to go to school in a modernized building as possible. >> reporter: when students from the schools that are closing go to the new schools for the 2013/2014 school year, the average school e
of in the documentary. the journalist -- former journalist sharon and dr. leslie chow. sharon bedroomly was -- shannon excuse me, was with u.s. news at one point. why did you pick her? >> she had written a book called overtreated. and that book was sort of seminal for us in understanding that this -- that more is not better when it comes to health care. that more can actually hurt us. and it was her book that really explained that to us and therefore i sought her out to be in our film. >> here she is and others. >> the vast majority of doctors in this country are paid by a fee for service system. and that simply means that they get paid for each office visit. if they're surgeons they get paid for each procedure. if it's a radiologist, they get paid for each ct scan that they deliver. >> if i spend 5 minutes with you and then put in one of these stints, i probably get paid $1500. for me to spend 45 minutes on an established visit with a patient to make sure they're doing their exercise, and to try to figure out what their true problem is, i probably get paid $15. it's a completely irrational system. >>
at stake especially for our area. bruce, thank you. lesli? >>> the military vote will also play a big part in who wins today's presidential election. especially in battleground virginia which is one of the states with the most defense workers. andrea mccarren joins us now live from richmond with more on that part of the story. andrea? >> reporter: well, lesli republicans are optimistic at this hour. that this ballroom will be hosting a victory party in the next few hours. earlier today we stopped in quantico, virginia in prince william county. a critical battleground including one for military votes. >> i have always voted all my life. i have never missed a vote. >> reporter: on a brisk legislation day morning in quantico, virginia, the main street is dotted with american flags. >> this decides the law made for our great country. >> reporter: voters in this area are passionate about casting their ballots. >> could this -- it's my american right. >> i'm very proud. you know, proud that we -- we served in iraq and afghanistan and we're fighting the war on terrorism. >> reporter: the populati
wings fletcher gill. also scott and leslie carlson. luke's wings helped them when their son a marine, lance corporal colton was wounded in afghanistan this past may. welcome the all of you. always great to have you. >> thank you. >> shannon: scott and leslie, i want to start with you. what did it mean for you to have the transportation help and be with your son when he was recovering? >> it meant a lot to us. control top was wounded in may. i made trips through the number to see him. it meant a lot to him and us as parents to be with him. i'm sure it helped him in his recovery process. a wonderful opportunity and privilege for to us be with him at his bedside. >> shannon: leslie, what impact did it have on colton mentally and emotionally and have you physically be with him? >> tremendous. it went out as soon as we could after he was injured. i have been out there with him for six months. with my 10-year-old daughter emma. he has four siblings so his brothers and sisters have been able to see him and grandparents. it has boosted him every time. >> shannon: you have been on a mission t
me now, leslie marshall who's a fox news contributor and lars larson who is a radio host with compass media networks. so you've got jfk was person of the year with time, you've got gandhi and maybe now sandra fluke. your thoughts on that, lars. >> no! jfk, who said ask not what your country can do for you, and now we've got sandra fluke saying my country can buy me birth control for three years of law school at georgetown, of all places, and you know why she picked that school, to send political messages. i'm sure leslie can't explain how sandra fluke could manage to spend $80 or $900 a month -- 100 a month on birth control. it's absurd. megyn, did they teach that class where there's that constitutional provision that guarantees free birth control at taxpayers expense? i must have missed that one. megyn: when i went to law school, the average starting salary was not $260,000 a graduate like it is for graduates out of georgetown law school. now, she's a public interest student, but, you know, she was arguing on behalf of all students there. leslie, is this appropriate? >> i think it's
a rivetting day of testimony, lesli, right now the testimony is delivering in the bowie state university murder case. as andrea mccaren tells us, the 20-year-old alexis simpson admitted to stabbing her roommate in the neck after an argument. >> reporter: with music playing on an ipod became a case of murder. prosecutors say that the 20- year-old alexis simpson plunged a knife into dominique's neck that it completely cut her trachea. you know knives can kill, right? >> simpson,: question. >> prosecutor: you know if you plunge a knife into someone's neck, it can kill, right? >> simpson: yes. >> reporter: simpson says it was an act of self-defense, only pulling out a knife because she was ganged up by frasier and her friends. she was scared. according to testimony, days before the murder, simpson had requested a change of dorm room because of roommate issues. she was told there were no rooms available. and that was our own reporting. now on to d.c. where the staff members including the principal are accused of assault. the victim a former staffer. >> reporter: i'm matt jablo in northwest wa
to cost you on the express lanes, it will be well worth it. lesli? >> buy the pass and turn it on. thank you. >>> a fire broke out in a prince george's county county warehouse today. crews were called to 8316ardmore road in landover around 2 p.m. in the afternoon. they found flames coming from a large garage that contained taxicabs. a worker inside was rushed to a hospital burn unit with serious injuries. we don't know what started the fire. >>> today we honor america's service members who stand on the line protecting our freedom. 9 news now and the uso of metropolitan washington are partnering up to say thank you to these men and women. we're raising money to provide holiday food baskets to area service members and their families. it's called turkeys for troops. if you'd like to donate, call 202-895-5560. an $8 donation will feed a family of six. >> it was the end of a wonderful day. >> reporter: a soldier about to ship out. >> thomas decided to say good night to his friends. >> reporter: before he goes he records a story for his son back home. >> hi, guys. how you doing? >> reporter:
was spearheaded by joleen ivy after leslie johnson pleaded guilty in the corruption scandal of her husband. initially, leslie johnson refused to step down from office. she eventually did and pleaded guilty to the charges. if question 3 passes, a politician will be suspended from office at the moment he or she is found guilty. >>> people in virginia have been waiting in long lines since the polls opened this morning. the commonwealth is playing a key part in the presidential and u.s. senate races. tom costello has more on that. >> good day from the greater richmond area. at this polling place, the biggest polling precinct, we are told in all of this county, they were lined up before the sun came up, about 300 people lined up here at this polling place at about 6:00 in the morning. the earliest voter was standing in line at 3:30 this morning. it's critical along with three other counties to decide how this vote goes. fairfax county is critical, of course. prince william county and loudoun county. this state went for president obama in 2008 then voted for a republican governor. so, it is purp
writer and change so many novelists as writers. leslie lesley leslie stowe goes and now lives in tucson has helped inform us of who we are. i got that phonecall and i couldn't believe it. almost a year ago in january, phonecall from a teacher who said jeff, they have come into our rooms and confiscated our books. in tucson, the same school district that i was a product in the first years of my life. they had gone into this room and taken out seven textbooks, like rethinking columbus a book that is sold hundreds of thousands of copied, used by kids in rural alaska all the way to rural maine who have that -- and that book was put away into storage. and 11 teachers, almost a dozen teachers were told that they no longer have the right to teach literature from the perspective of mexican-americans, those who have given us our school district from the perspective of rethinking columbus. .. i have to begin, and i will tell you something about our stories. i went to find my story. i had been living outside of tucson for years, and i wanted to come back, working on another book, and dee
and recreation" know that amy poehler's character, her name is leslie nope, has interesting criteria for her ideal man. quote, she wants the brains of george clooney and the body of joe biden. well, in last night's episode she got part of that equation. take a look. >> you must be leslie nope. welcome. welcome. >> my name just came out of your mouth. >> well, yeah, it did. i'm delighted to have you here. on behalf of the president and myself i want -- >> mr. vice president, i am deeply flattered, but there's no way i could take over madam secretary clinton's position. >> i'm confident you could do that job or any other, but the reason -- >> okay, i will. >> well, the reason you're here is i'm told you've done such a great job in your town and in the state of indiana and i just want to say congratulations for your public service. >> i just want to say thank you. you're very handsome. >> you're very nice but -- >> thank you. >> thank you very much. >> thank you very much. we'll see you tomorrow. >> well -- you will? >> you don't let anything happen to him. do you understand me? he's precious c
overwhelmingly passed question three. it was proposed offer councilwoman leslie johnson pleaded guilty in the corruption scandal of her husband, former prince george's county executive jack johnson. initially, leslie johnson refused to step down from office. she eventually did step down and pled guilty to the charges. question three says a politician will be suspended from office at the moment he or she is found guilty and is automatically removed when the appeals process is finished. >>> 6:48 now. in the district we will see a new face on the d.c. council. in a major upset, incumbent michael brown lost his seat to independent david grosso. meanwhile, vincent orange easily won re-election. news 4's derrick ward is live with more on that election. >> reporter: good morning. it took somewhere around 20,000 votes to unseat michael brown. as you said, an independent at large council challenger david grosso was the political newcomer who won the battle against brown. brown has faced allegations of spending impropriety in his campaign as well as questions about the operation of a nonprofit t
to 60 minutes on cnbc. i'm leslie stahl. by most accounts, the financial crash of 2008 pushed the u.s. economy to the brink of collapse. in its aftermath, some of the country's biggest banks received very big bailouts while large numbers of small local banks failed. this edition features a unique inside look at the seizure of a failed bank and a rare interview with one of the men at the center of the 2008 economic crisis and the recovery plan that has followed, the chairman of the board of governors of the federal reserve system, ben bernanke. plus, morley safer asks, "can america afford the lincoln penny?" well, we begin with bernanke. after the crash of '08, bernanke invoked emergency powers, and with unprecedented aggressiveness, he's thrown more than $1 trillion at the crisis. the words of any fed chairman cause fortunes to rise and fall, and so by tradition, chairmen of the fed do not do interviews. that is, until march of 2009 when ben bernanke sat down with scott pelley. >> mr. chairman, i'm gonna start with a question that everyone wants me to ask. when does this end? >> it
. >> reporter: for most of her life, leslie houston has called this island home. >> once you been here and you've got the sand in your shoes, you never want to leave. it's a legacy. it's a life. it's what your hometown means to you if you spent 53 years there. >> reporter: which is why it's so hard to see it shattered. what do you think of what's happened to your island? >> we've gotten a real slap in the face. >> reporter: few things were spared on this strip of resort towns which, since the late 1800s, has been a haven for fishermen and sun seekers. >> they were in their petticoats and all that. that's how this island started. it was a vacation spot for the people in philadelphia. >> reporter: 10,000 people live here year round. but in the summer, the population swells to 100,000, with families vacationing in towns named ship bottom, surf city and brant beach. >> atlantic city is about 13, 14 miles due south of the us here. >> reporter: glenn reitinger's family built their first summer home here in 1949. >> a lot of folks here that live here are teachers, are i'll say regular middle class fo
life, leslie houston has called this island home. >> once you've been here and you have the sand in your shoes, you never want to leave. it's a legacy. it's a life. it's what your hometown means to you if you spent 53 years there. >> reporter: which is why it's so hard to see it shattered. what do you think of what happened to your island? >> we've got an real slap in the face. >> reporter: a few things were spared on this strip of resort towns, which since the late 1800s have been a haven for sun seekers. >> in their petty coats. that's how this island started. it was a vacation spot for the people in philadelphia. >> reporter: 10,000 people live here year round but in the summer the population swells to 100,000. with families vacationing in towns surf city. >> atlantic city is about 13, 14 miles due south of us here. >> reporter: glenn and his family built their first summer home here in 1949. >> a lot of folks here that live here are teachers and i'll say regular middle class folks who were able to a lot of times get on the island or get on the property before the prices sky r
. fair to say vickings head coach leslie fraizer and harvey were not seeing eye to eye today. russell wilson found tatum decided to go up high to get into the end zone. at 5-4 the seahawks are a game and a half behind the 49ers. >>> levy smith chicago bears putting some offense today. run over by urlacher, other players know more successful as urlacreh led. they would score plenty more. marshal for one of three scores by that passing combination. chicago rolls 51-20 the most scores the bears team has scored in 32 years. >>> dallas quarterback tony romo seems to be in a continuous stage of beligerment. >>> one of the weekend high profile games, benroethlisberger wants to pass but it's passed by mura. roethlisberger thinks it should have been an incomplete call. but the steelers scored two touchdowns in the fourth quarter. redmond with one of his 7 yards rushing in the game. the steelers win 24-20. pittsburgh 5-3 the giants 6-3. >>> the story keeps getting better for denver and peyton manning. got helped by the kicking team after feeding the ball. trendon holiday split the field and wen
, and then as a moderate and the poor guy, he was mocked cease lesly for being a moral flip flopper. and then what i went to state legislatures and adopted all sorts of laws to limit the vote. and they worked hard at that. but after all of that hard work and frankly after their humiliation in many of their strategies, their plan still didn't work. they still didn't win. so what gives? here is what gives. the people saw through all of it, and yet, the gop still can't seem to come up with a better game plan. today they kept hammering the same old thing. here is dick morris on fox news. >> we need to understand just how weakly this president was reelected. by the skin of his teeth. we need to stand up against this socialist agenda, and stop him from fundamentally changes the united states. >> jennifer: block him at all costs? isn't that exactly why the american people rejected the republican party yesterday? and yet leading conservative thinker, grove norquist actually doubled down on this failed ideology, he wrote, last night voters confirmed the status quo of the 2010 election, which b
on the street. leslie phillips wanted to light candles to remember the victim. >> that boy was 19 years old,. >> reporter: she runs a group that teaches people how to treat trauma. she rushed over yesterday trying to help but it was too late. >> when we were here yesterday, there were about 30 people standing around watching and they didn't know what to do. >> reporter: she's one of many fed up with the violence. four homicides in less than 24 hours this holiday weekend. >> it's very heartbreaking, i wish there were none. >> reporter: in oakland, cara liu. >> reporter: more details now on the violence, the oakland tribune reports that the two shooting deaths this morning bring the total number of homicides this year in oakland to 115. that's five more than last year when there were 110 homicides. the all time high for homicides was 175. >>> the s.w.a.t. team surrounded a home in the mountain view area. richard johnson locked himself inside the apartment on alice avenue after he hit his girlfriend. the girlfriend managed to get out but police say johnson remained hold up with a shotgun for s
. there is plenty we don't know about election 2012. >> we have lesli foster to help crunch the numbers. the key races, ballot questions and the big prize of the presidency, how it might shake out when the last votes are counted. >> reporter: i'm joined by my partner in crunching, bob kettle who's the dean of the school of public policy at the university of maryland. let's take a look at two swing counties in virginia to get a bit of a picture. loudoun and prince william county. at last check, in prince william county it's almost a dead heat there. romney gets 48.6 to the president's -- in loudoun with more than 97% of the precincts reporting, president obama gets 51.4% of the vote to governor romney's 47.1%. now, when we compare that to 2008, you can see that the president won loudoun by 53.6%, and then prince william county by 57.5%. what do all these numbers tell us, don? >> what's going on here is that the president is looking not comfortable, but at least perhaps well enough to win virginia, but he has lost support in some of these key swing counties compared to where he had been back in 20
character leslie plays by amy poehler gets a surprise engagement gift, the opportunity to meet her number one crush. >> how did you do this? >> called in a few favors. >> excuse me here. >> a few hundred favors, mr. vice president. ben wyatt from congressman murray's office. >> dave told me you would be coming by. welcome. >> you're -- my name just came out of your mouth. >> well, yeah, it did. >> well, this isn't happening. this isn't real. >> no, it's happening. and i'm delighted to have you here. on behalf of the president and myself -- >> oh, mr. vice president, i am deeply flattered but there's no way i could take over madam secretary's position. >> i'm confident you could do that job or any other. >> okay, i will. >> the reason you're here is i'm told you've done such a great job in the town of indiana and i want to say congratulations for your public service. >> i just want to say thank. >> you're very welcome. >> you're very welcome. >> you're very handsome. >> you're nuts. >> thank you very much. >> thank you very much. >> we'll see you tomorrow. >> well, you will? >> thank you,
, as the sergeant leslie h. sabo jr. post office building. the speaker pro tempore: pursuant to the rule, the gentleman from arizona, mr. gosar, and the gentleman from missouri, mr. clay, will each control 20 minutes. the chair recognizes the gentleman from arizona. mr. gosar: thank you, mr. speaker. i yield myself such time as i may consume. i ask unanimous consent that all members may have five legislative days to revise and extend their remarks and include extraneous material on the bill under consideration. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, so ordered. mr. gosar: mr. speaker, h.r. 5954, introduced by the gentleman from pennsylvania, mr. altmire, would designate the facility of the united states postal service located at 320 7th street in ellwood city, pennsylvania, as the sergeant leslie h. sabo jr. post office building. the bill is co-sponsored by the entire pennsylvania state delegation and was favorably reported by the committee on oversight and government reform on september 20. mr. speaker, sergeant leslie sabo jr. was known for his heroism while serving in the army d
don't we give her the chair we have? we are not using if. using it? >> it used to belong to leslie and edward's father. he passed away a few years ago. >> we feel his spirit, and on his behalf we would like to give you the wheelchair. >> it might come in handy forgetting around the house. right now stephanie is using a barrowed chair because of course hers is still sitting in her living room. it was pretty badly damaged when she was hit by a woman driving a black car at this mcdonalds in belmont. she said the woman did stop and even returned a cell phone she knocked off her chair during the collision. >> she gave you back your phone? >> yes, and then she said i will be back. >> and then she took off. >> at the mcdonalds she called her caregiver who was at a nearby restaurant. >> stephanie tells us her caregiver rolled her over here because she noticed that the woman who hit her was making an order at the droif through. drive through. she spotted the car and her caregiver went over and knocked on the window. the woman inside nodded, got her order and then drove away. police have not
her the chair we have? we are not using if. using it? >> it used to belong to leslie andfather. he passed away a few years ago. >> we feel his spirit, and on his behalf we would like to give you the wheelchair. >> it might come in handy forgetting around the house. right now stephanie is using a barrowed chair because of course hers is still sitting in her living room. it was pretty badly damaged when she was hit by a woman driving a black car at this mcdonalds in belmont. she said the woman did stop and even returned a cell phone she knocked off her chair during the collision. >> she gave you back your phone? >> yes, and then she said i will be back. >> and then she took off. >> at the mcdonalds she called her caregiver who was at a nearby restaurant. >> stephanie tells us her caregiver rolled her over here because she noticed that the woman who hit her was making an order at the droif through. drive through. she spotted the car and her caregiver went over and knocked on the window. the woman inside nodded, got her order and then drove away. police have not mentioned any new leads
to come the deep water horizon task force will continue to tire leslie pursue justice in this matter. for this horrible tragedy. i'd like to personally thank task force director john beretta who has done an absolutely remarkable job in leading this investigation as well as the many fine prosecutors from the criminal division, the environment and natural resources division, the u.s. attorney community and the many talented federal and state law enforcement agents who have worked so hard for so long to develop these cases. i would like to thank our colleagues at the securities and exchange commission for their important parallel investigation. with that i would like to turn it over now to my friend and colleague, the director of enforcement at the f.c.c. thank you. >> thank you. i'm director of enforcement at the f.c.c. today we are announcing that b.p. has agreed to pay more than a half billion dollars that it misled investigators about the rate of oil flowing during the deep water horizon disaster. the $525 million penalty represents the third largest civil penalty ever assessed and
to that of one leslie mote lead character of show parks and recreation and calls him her idol and crush. last night she got to meet both. >> welcome, welcome. >> may i'm just came out of your mouth. >> well, it did. >> this isn't happening. this isn't real. >> no, it's happening. i'm delighted to have you here. on behalf of of the president and myself. >> i deeply flattered there is no way i could take over madame secretary's potionz. >> i confident you could do that job. >> i will. >> you have done such a great job in your indiana and thank you for your public service. >> thank you. >> you are very welcome. you're very welcome. you're very welcome. >> you're very handsome. >> very nice. you thank you. >> thank you very much. >> we'll see you tomorrow. >> oh, you will? >> thank you mr. vice president. >> you're welcome. >> you don't let anything happen to him you understand me. he is precious cargo. >> that is awesome. check us out on-line at current.com/thewarroom. one final thing before we go tonight, former mi
by the support of the goodwin foundation. leslie brooks helped organize the effort. >> it's about a community that understands we have to give back to a community if we're going to continue to be whole. >> each bag is filled with butter, eggs, fried goods and a turkey. oakland's unemployment rate is 17%. it's a significantly higher average. >>> all right. weather, looks like the rain is slacking up for a little while. more later this week, brian? >> we did have a pretty good rain last night. boy, when it rains, it poured. in some places in the bay area, almost two inches of rain up in the mountains. i will show you a few totals in a minute. live towards san jose and the numbers, 49 degrees at concord. livermore has 29. santa rosa with fog. rainfall totals look like this. nevada picked up a fifth of an inch of rain. these totals are from the last several hours. they picked up 1.9 inches of rain. san francisco, half an inch. livermore managed 45- hundredths. winter storm warnings are posted throughout the sierra. a few inches posted about 10,000 feet. still the wind gusts could be up to 45 mile
are just saying this whole patraeus thing is just a hot mess. anita, leslie is here. let's get started. any number of big time men seem to think if they cheat, they are the ones who won't get caught. what is going on out there? >> you should read something about this in usa today. >> i did. i read something about it. some men think they are so above this. but we've seen this happen time and time again. i don't think i'm surprised by this in particular. i'm more surprised by the tactics they went to to conceal it. >> he went all out to make sure he didn't get caught. >> top spy doing what terrorists do and still didn't work. >> you talked about this last night. and let's be real. we admire fidelity but like the idea of scandal and romance. this happened so many times. these are big players on the big stage and the whole nation is interested. this can be in any neighborhood going on. >> when you say we like it, you are saying the media? >> no, it's whole different. let's be real. >> my point was we do not encourage it in what we do or advertise. we don't encourage monogomy. if you look around
of long island, the utility company hopes that it will be back by thanksgiving, lesli. >> oh my goodness. boy, that is just really. i mean i don't have any words for that. we talk about the power outages and that really sort of crystallizes with what they are doing there. thank you. >> wow. topper. that's the reaction from all of it in here. do you know of any other stuff coming down the pike? >> no, they will be jumping for joy over the weekend, up in the new york area. but we still have winds to deal with as they pull away. look at the winds. they are still gusting up to 28 in boston. it is a pretty wide area. it's pretty big. 29 miles per hour wind gusts downtown. and in the ocean city. that's the good news. they will subside. and close in view. so the temperatures in the 50s right now, if you go out, go and dress for the temperatures in the 30s and the 40s. and the wind gust at 25 in manassas and in the 40s. even down towards frederick when you go to 23 miles per hour. 52 downtown. upper 40s in frederick and gaithersburg. and for tonight, clear, breezy, cold. one to two in the pros.
it after leslie johnson pleaded guilty to a corruption case. she initially refused to step down. but eventually she did resign. >>> in the district, vote letters cast their ballots to fill the council chair seat by kwame brown. the winner will complete brown's term which runs through january of 2015. brown, you will recall, resigned back in june after admitting he gave false information on applications to give bank loans worth more than $200,000. d.c. residents have a few more hours to vote on three measures folksed on preventing corruption in the wilson building. proposed charmter amendment 5 asks if members should have the power to expel a member for gross misconduct. the council would have to have a super majority. amendment 6 would make a person leave office and be banned from ever serve in office again. amendment 7 would apply the same penalties to the city's mayor. >>> and make news 4 and nbc washington.com your election headquarters tonight. we'll have live continuing coverage throughout the evening. still ahead, we'll see what's buzzing on social media this election day.
's council woman leslie johnson. johnson pleaded guilty to charges in connection to a corruption probe that netted her husband, former county executive jack johnson. bau loophole in the law did not force her to step down after the guilty plea, and she continued to collect a salary. a vote for a constitutional amendment on question 3 would change that. meaning a politician would be removed at the time of a guilty plea, or in the case of a trial, would be suspended upon conviction and then removed after sentencing. question 4 allows immigrants who are in this country illegally to qualify for in-state tuition rates at maryland colleges. students, though, must meet certain requirements, including graduation from a state high school, proof that income taxes have been paid and show intent to apply for permanent residency. also on the ballot, question 5, which changes the boundaries of maryland's eighth congressional district which is currently held by chris van holen and is mainly in montgomery county. and questions 1 and 2, which would require judges of the orphans court for prince george's
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